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“Although in the past fire was sometimes an immediate enemy to specific stands of lodgepole, fire also opened the serotinous cones and prepared a nutrient-rich seedbed for the next generation.”
“Spindles do best in the dappled shade of woodland conditions and in relatively nutrient-rich soils.”
“Among some of the technological challenges, a panel of scientists recently concluded that a cell source has been secured, which could be grown into edible muscle-meat tissue without a living animal as a necessary component to a nutrient-rich food source.”
“Because organic matter degrades over time, our most nutrient-rich foods are our freshest.”
“Studies have shown family dinners tend to be meals that are more nutrient-rich; kids who eat with their families consume less fried food, soda, salt and unhealthy fats.”
“And the WIC Women, Infants and Children program, which the USDA also runs, restricts benefits for low-income mothers to only a limited number of nutrient-rich foods.”
“ÂAnd the WIC Women, Infants and Children program, which the USDA also runs, restricts benefits for low-income mothers to only a limited number of nutrient-rich foods.”
“What if we told you it was possible to plan a delicious menu filled with nutrient-rich, locally produced, organic ingredients that will leave you and your guests feeling like a million bucks?”
“Surprise both your carnivore and vegan guests with delicious plant-based dishes that are easy to prepare, flavor-packed and nutrient-rich.”
“A group of Australian and French scientists found that a vast network of underwater volcanoes in the Southern Ocean pump out nutrient-rich water, promoting phytoplankton growth.”
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